Farewell Letter to Colleagues, Sample & Format

A Farewell letter to colleagues is written by an employee who wants to bid goodbye to his colleagues and may not have time to go around the office to bid farewell. He can write this letter to express his thanks and farewell which can be posted on the notice board or on the office email.

From:

Justin Long

Manager

Le Run Travels

5620 Nashville Road
Terre Haute, IN 47807

August 22, 2010

To:

Le Run Travels Staff

Dear Colleagues

Re: A Farewell to All

Things have been happening so quickly that I barely have time to inform all of you of my resignation. I have had little free time to go around informing you personally of my leaving this company with the many projects I had on hand.

Before I know it, it is my last day today just as I have cleared all my responsibilities as of yesterday. Hence, please forgive me if you have not been informed of my leaving. But I do value each of you for I have seen you work and know that you are good workers.

If you have the time, do call me out for lunch or meet up for a chat. I would love to hear from you. I wish you the best in your future undertakings.

Sincerely,

Justin

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